M. Mittal

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This paper presents optimal setup procedures for cube-connected networks. The setup patterns include paths, transpositions, cycles, and one-pass permutations. For an N-input cube-connected network, the procedure for paths requires O(log 2 N) steps, and O(N) space, that for transpositions and cycles requires O(N) steps, and O(N) space, and that for(More)
Two compact schemes, namely the half and three-partition representations are introduced for coding the topology of cube-connected networks. Based on these representations, recursive algorithms are 8ivan to realize paths, transpositions, cycles and, permutations through such networks, It is also shown that a cube connected network can realize an arbitrary(More)
The objective of this study was to determine if screening by a neurologist of all non-neurologist electroencephalogram (EEG) referrals prior to approval reduces the number of inappropriate requests. This retrospective survey included 600 consecutive EEG requisitions referred to the Anaheim Kaiser Permanente Neurodiagnostic Laboratory to rule out epilepsy.(More)
Traumatic injuries to the primary dentition are quite common. When primary teeth are subjected to trauma, force transmission and/or invasion of the underlying tooth germs lying in close proximity can result in a variety of disturbances in the permanent successors. Few of these disturbances include hypoplasia, dilaceration, or alteration in the eruption(More)
Most often, a clinician working on maxillary first molar when anticipates an aberration thinks of an extra canal but rarely does he preempt fewer canals. Maxillary first molar is a tooth, which has been extensively reviewed with respect to its external and internal morphology. Abundant literature related to its anatomy is available, but reports on incidence(More)
Ectodermal dysplasia (ED) represents a group of inherited conditions characterized by anomalies in two or more structures of ectodermal origin, which can be presented as problems related to hair, nail, teeth, sweat glands, and sebaceous glands. Based on clinical findings, there are two major types of this disorder: (1) Hypohidrotic/anhidrotic and (2)(More)
It is crucial for any clinician to have a thorough knowledge about the normal anatomy of tooth and always be vigilant for any variations to ensure endodontic success. An anatomic variant like additional canals in the palatal root of maxillary molar is not commonly reported. This clinical case report presents the application of cone beam computed tomography(More)
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